Along the Sarbska Spit
Route length: 14.9 km
Number of days: 1
Number of portages: 2
Recommended trip route: Sasinko (Stilo) – Łeba
Difficulty: easy kayaking route
Obstacles on the route: 2 weirs in the village of Sasinko; the river is periodically overgrown
The Chełst, which is one of the cleanest rivers in Poland, is a river of the Lęborski district. The sources of the river are located near Gościęcin. The river runs down a series of ravines, next to the Choczewskie Cisy (Choczew Yew-Trees) nature reserve, goes past moving dunes and crosses Lake Sarbsko. It flows into the Łeba River at the village of Łeba. The river is navigable on a 15-km stretch. There are two portages and the trip takes 1 day.